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By Clare Mann
In a very recent development that will come as a relief to businesses, the UK Government has issued some guidance ...
By Christopher Wilkins
"We live in interesting times" - this is what we were told by Torbjorn Roe Isaksen (the Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry) ...
By Mark Bell
The government has recently issued a notice outlining the effect on the UK patent system were the UK to leave the EU without an agreement (a "no deal" scenario) in March 2019.
By Clare Mann
UK drinks producer and distributor, Copestick Murray Limited, has recently received mixed results from the UKIPO in connection with its trade mark SILENT PEAK, ultimately resulting in the mark being refused registration.
By Mark Bell
In what is being claimed as a world first, the first patent applications for technologies that have been developed on the International Space Station (ISS) have been filed.
By Adam Kellett, Elaine Deyes
Dolce & Gabbana and "paper aprons". No, I'm not referring to the fashion house's autumn/winter 2018 collection.
By Dehns  
You intellectual property (IP) can be protected through a variety of types of intellectual property rights (IPRs), each of which has different advantages for your business.
By Daniel Rowe
These must, of course, plot a path through their own complex regulatory and ethical landscapes.
By Dehns  
Last month the UK Government provided some welcome assurances for businesses regarding the effect of Brexit on EU intellectual property rights
By Alexandra Nott
After a number of setbacks (not least in the United Kingdom) in its ambition to hold a valid EU trade mark registration for the shape of its four-finger Kit Kat chocolate bar...
By Alexander Robinson
Following a week of political drama, which has seen the resignation of the Foreign Secretary and the Secretary of State for Exiting the EU, the British Government today published its...
By Mark Bell
ZTE, the Chinese telecommunications manufacturer, has been found to be wilfully infringing seven of Maxell's US patents.
By Alexander Robinson
The Hungarian Constitutional Court today ruled that the Unified Patent Court Agreement (UPCA) is contrary to the Hungarian constitution and therefore cannot be ratified by Hungary.
By Barbara Rigby
The planned the new unitary patent system does not include the creation of a ‘unitary SPC'.
By Clare Mann
Here are some tips concerning how to pick the right trade marks and ensure they are adequately protected.